Barbara Brickner Gallery Nine
- “The perfection of art reached its peak [in the classical age] precisely because the spiritual was completely drawn through its external appearance; in this beautiful unification it idealized the natural and made it into an…embodiment of the spirit’s own substantial individuality. Therefore classical art because a…representation of the Ideal, the consummation of the realm of beauty. Nothing can be or become more beautiful.”
- -Hegel, Aesthetics: Lectures on Fine Art.
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